La Biche Inn

Address: 10399 101 Avenue, Lac La Biche, Alberta, T0A 2C0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 10399 101 Avenue, Lac La Biche, is near Kinsmen Pitch & Putt Golf Course and Golfanatics.
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Wine at its best.

A travel blog entry by bruceadolf on Jun 18, 2014

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Took the seven hour drive down to Graham and Peggy's. She told me they were going to see you in nob/dec. I gave them all the proper warnings. Wines home, including our new girlfriend Miss Moxie. Tried a few. Spectacular as always. Not much on travel pod. No pressure just ...

Adventures from Cairns to Bowen

A travel blog entry by tom.terryhannan on Dec 07, 2013


... the rainforest to Kuranda by gondola and then back down by train. It was very nice and we saw lots of different kinds of flora and fauna.
Finally on Dec 2nd we got our caravan and started on our road trip. We left Carins and headed north to the Daintree Rainforest. It is a protected area and we again saw lots of flora and fauna. We camped for one night at Noah Park and we had a rare treat with a Cassowary strolling through ...

We bought a place in Gold Canyon, AZ

A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Dec 10, 2012

... that's why he limps today. He drawls out an observation about how a wanna-be cowboy gets hisself an acre of land, puts 30 fence posts aroun-it (hangs "No Trespassing" signs on 15 of 'em), strings one wire along the top and calls it a ranch. They ain't got no critters in there 'cept when they come out on weekends and let their dog run-roun-it.

We're flying back to Alberta for Christmas. It will be the first time in five ...

Summer of 2012

A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Sep 30, 2012

... moored themselves in the Niagara River, dispatched canoes laden with musket blazing soldiers which promptly triggered an extremely loud retort of cannon fire all around us. Women screamed and children cried. It was loud. And colorful. And exciting. And smoky. The air was so full of black-powder haze that if you didn't take a picture when the battle started, it was nearly impossible to see the ships and combatants within 1/2 hr. We also saw ...

Beaver Lake Escapades

A travel blog entry by davidcombden on Jun 29, 2012

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... in the water for a while. We got probably 3/4's of the way to the beach but after about 30 minutes, and with Kara in just her bare feet, we decided to turn around and set up the blanket on the narrow sand bar closer to our site. There turned out to be a little beach at the day area, just on the other side of our campsite, so we went there and hung out instead. There were lots of families there and kids playing in the water, it was really nice.

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